This paper examines the relative biological effectiveness of DNA damage generated by thermal neutrons compared to gamma radiation. It uses experimental data gathered using the 64 meV neutron beam at the National Research Universal reactor at Canadian Nuclear Labs.
This paper, we describe an effort that began as an undergraduate term-research project of Hui Wang to semi-automate the process of categorizing incident reports in radiation oncology using natural language processing.
This paper, which describes a method to extract physician-reported pain from clinical notes, is the outcome of the first part of the PhD project of student Hossein Naseri. Hossein's is developing an NLP and radiomics pipeline to predict pain in patients with bone metastases in order to potentially enable prophylactic palliative radiotherapy treatments.
This paper, which is the culmination of Logan Montgomery's PhD studies, describes Logan's work simulating the direct action of ionizing radiation on a geometrical model of human DNA using the TOPAS-nBio framework. It builds upon our previous NICE research, in particular the MSc project of Chris Lund.